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1-11-2012 @ 2:34PM
Yeah, I just built a new rig with 16GB of RAM, it'll be nice to see WoW taking advantage of the fact. (It'll also be nice when 8GB chips come down in price and I can put 32GB in it)There aren't any other games that I play that are native 64 bit. Skyrim and TF2 (and all Source engine games) are 32-bit apps, WoW taking this step should mean a lot as far as its longevity (My SO and I have been discussing how long WoW can last before they start shutting down servers/stop updating)I'd like to see more games using 64-bit clients. Right now, I feel like it's partially a waste on my part to have maxed out my RAM when games can't really take advantage of all of it.
1-11-2012 @ 3:54PM
Skyrim now uses up to 4 GB.
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